Wednesday, August 16, 2006

Questions to Ponder

1. If you suspected you were deluded, how could you find out for sure?

2. Are humans the product of a skilled or an unskilled designer?

3. Would an omnipotent being need to think in the way that people understand it? or is thinking unnecessary for a timeless, indestructible being whose preferences are the same as reality?

4. Why would God be so unclear about what book or books he authored?

5. Is conciousness anything more than a continual process of imagining, acting, observing the impact of the action, and imagining again with the new information?

6. The dictionary defines "faith" as belief without ecidence. It Defines "stupidity" as unreasoned thinking. Is belief without evidence a form of unreasoned thinking?

7. Can the impact of your actions rippling into the future be considered an immortal soul?

8. Could atheists and believers accept the same definition of God?

These Questions are from The Religion War by Scott Adams

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